Annual US Conference 2015

STM Annual Conf 2015
March 23, 2015
Washington

This conference was held at GRAND HYATT WASHINGTON, Washington, D.C., USA.

Table of Contents

  1. Pursuing Sustainability: Societies with Meaningful Missions
  2. Professional Associations & Learned Societies: Current Issues & Outlook
  3. Moving Members from Print to E:
  4. Does the Journal Reflect Global Society Goals? A Case Study from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
  5. Diversifying your Publication Portfolio
  1. 2nd session Q&A
  2. 2014 Taylor & Francis and ALPSP survey of Learned Societies
  3. Altmetrics & the Feedback Loop: Action, Information, Reaction
  4. Open Science: Bridging the gap between society & researcher
  5. OA Q&A
  6. Outsourcing Peer Review and Editorial Management
  7. Going to Tender: Choosing your Publisher
  8. Final session Q&A
  9. Keynote:Scholarly Publishing: The View from 5280 Feet
  10. Analysis: Insights and Trends in the Global STM Market
  11. Opening
  12. STM Report 2015: A Taster
  13. Science-Focused Start-ups
  14. Improving the Openness, Integrity, and Reproducibility of Scientific Research
  15. Securing Trust & Transparency in Peer Review
  16. Data Sharing: What are the Roles for Publishers
  17. Keynote: Why data are not publications: Potential potholes for STM publishers
  18. The Dryad-case: Making research data integral to publication
  19. The RMap Project: Linking the Products of Research and Scholarly Communication
  20. Scientific Social Networks
  21. Panel: Scholarly Collaboration Platforms: An Overview
  22. Sharing research output on Academia.edu
  23. A researcher's perspective: The value of web-based collaboration platforms.
  24. Early Career Researchers Panel
  25. The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
  26. Teaching ECR about Ethical Authorship
  27. The Early-Career Researcher
  28. Meeting wrap-up & close
  29. Requisite variety in scholarly metrics
  30. Forum Discussion – Launching the STM Tech Trends 2015
  31. Copyright Clearance Center's Text Mining Solution
  32. Alternative Metrics, lessons learned
  33. Using ORCID Identifiers in Researcher Reputation Management Systems
  34. Let’s talk about scholarly manuscript submission
  35. ORIGIN
  36. Building Community for Semantics
  37. RVPublisher a better way to publish

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Pursuing Sustainability: Societies with Meaningful Missions

Diane Scott-Lichter
Vice President, American College of Physicians

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Professional Associations & Learned Societies: Current Issues & Outlook

Deni Auclair
Vice President & Lead Analyst, STM, Outsell, Inc.

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Moving Members from Print to E:

Ann Michael
President, Delta Think, Inc.

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Does the Journal Reflect Global Society Goals? A Case Study from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

David Sampson
Publishing Director, American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

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Diversifying your Publication Portfolio

Diana Olson
Vice President of Communications, Infectious Diseases Society of America

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2nd session Q&A

Maureen Naff
Director, Author & Partner Marketing and Services, Springer

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2014 Taylor & Francis and ALPSP survey of Learned Societies

William Frass
Senior Research Executive, Taylor & Francis

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Altmetrics & the Feedback Loop: Action, Information, Reaction

David A.Crotty
Ph.D., Senior Editor, Oxford University Press

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Open Science: Bridging the gap between society & researcher

Emilio Bruna
Editor-in-Chief, Biotropica

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OA Q&A

Angela Cochran
Director of Journals, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

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Outsourcing Peer Review and Editorial Management

Jessica Rucker
American Chemical Society (ACS)

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Going to Tender: Choosing your Publisher

Kathey Alexander
Consultant in Professional and Scholarly Publishing

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Final session Q&A

Kate Pearson
Business Development Manager, Bioscientifica Ltd

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Keynote:Scholarly Publishing: The View from 5280 Feet

Jeffrey Beall
Associate Professor, Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Colorado, Denver

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Analysis: Insights and Trends in the Global STM Market

Deni Auclair
Vice President & Lead Analyst, STM, Outsell, Inc.

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Opening

Eefke Smit
Director, Standards and Technology, STM Association

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STM Report 2015: A Taster

Michael Mabe
Chief Executive Officer, STM Association

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Science-Focused Start-ups

Michael Clarke
President, Clarke & Company

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Improving the Openness, Integrity, and Reproducibility of Scientific Research

Sara Bowman
Project Manager, Center for Open Science

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Securing Trust & Transparency in Peer Review

Eric Hall
Director of Business Development,  Peer Review Evaluation (Pre)

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Data Sharing: What are the Roles for Publishers

Gerry Grenier
IEEE

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Keynote: Why data are not publications: Potential potholes for STM publishers

Prof.Christine Borgman
Professor & Presidential Chair in Information Studies

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The Dryad-case: Making research data integral to publication

Meredith Morovati
Executive Director, Dryad

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The RMap Project: Linking the Products of Research and Scholarly Communication

Tim DiLauro
Digital Library Architect, Johns Hopkins Sheridans Libraries

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Scientific Social Networks

David Nygren
Vice President, Research Insights, Wiley

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Panel: Scholarly Collaboration Platforms: An Overview

Mark Ware
CEO Mark Ware Consulting

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Sharing research output on Academia.edu

Richard Price
Founder SPKAFFILIATION CEO of Academia.edu

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A researcher’s perspective: The value of web-based collaboration platforms.

Reese McKay
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University & Olin Neuropsychiatric Research Center, Institute of Living

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Early Career Researchers Panel

Connie Hughes
Director, Corporate Communications, Wolters Kluwer, Medical Research

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The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

Christopher J.Ward
Editor in Chief, The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review Professor of History, Clayton State University, Georgia USh

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Teaching ECR about Ethical Authorship

Jane Barnsteiner
PhD, RN, FAAN Emeritus Professor, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania Editor, Translational Research and Quality Improvement, American Journal of Nursing

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The Early-Career Researcher

Donald Samulack
PhD. President, U.S. Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications

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Meeting wrap-up & close

Eefke Smit
STM Association

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Requisite variety in scholarly metrics

Cassidy Sugimoto
Assistant Professor, School of Information & Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington

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Forum Discussion – Launching the STM Tech Trends 2015

Chris Kenneally
Copyright Clearance Center

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Copyright Clearance Center’s Text Mining Solution

Jasper Simons
American Psychological Association

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Alternative Metrics, lessons learned

Martin Fenner
PLOS, chair of the NISO group on New Metrics Technical Lead of PLOS article-level metrics

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Using ORCID Identifiers in Researcher Reputation Management Systems

Laurel Haak
Executive Director, ORCID

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Let’s talk about scholarly manuscript submission

Richard Wynne
Aries

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ORIGIN

Glenn Collins
Origin

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Building Community for Semantics

Ian Galloway
American Psychological Association

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RVPublisher a better way to publish

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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